Saturday, 11 June 2011

Vu de plus près




I had a bit of fun with the lovely blue sky and Bernar Venet's exhibits at the castle. The information is in this post.

Je me suis un peu amusée avec ce beau ciel bleu et les oeuvres de Bernar Venet au château. Les infos sur l'expo sont dans ce billet.

29 comments:

bfarr said...

I like the top shot. It brings to mind a bird wing.

Jack said...

The sculpture looks good from this angle. Have a great weekend.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

You can have such fun with sculptures like this, the bronzey colour looks so good against the blue sky Ciel. Have a fab weekend.

akarui said...

Orange et bleu font une belle association de couleurs. La 1ere photo est tres dynamique.
Bon weekend a toi aussi !!

Kay L. Davies said...

Wonderful compositions. I recognized the sculptures from your earlier post, and I think this is definitely the way to photograph them.
— K

Kay, Alberta, Canada
An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel

brattcat said...

fresh perspectives, ciel. this helps me see this sculpture with new eyes.

Thérèse said...

Un genre de sculpture qui nous fait vraiment tourner autour pour y découvrir ce que nous désirons y découvrir en fait...

Regina K said...

The top photo is a wonderful display of the sculpture from a different angle. I like it.

Leif Hagen said...

Great photos of that beautiful blue sky partnered with that cool sculpture!

黄清华 Wong Ching Wah said...

Very strong abstract !

Genie -- Paris and Beyond said...

I love the look of graceful fingers against the blue sky... very nice!

Randy said...

These look great against that beautiful blue sky!

Gemma Wiseman said...

Stunning colour and shape against the blue of the sky! Beautiful photo!

Stephanie said...

This IS very lovey...who would've thought steel could look so graceful! Very nice =)

Oakland Daily Photo said...

Compelling image all the way around.

Dina said...

Ooh nice! The vertical clouds go well with the sculpture.

VP said...

A well deserved monument to the French fries...

Cezar and Léia said...

I like the modern sculpture, it's beautiful!
Awesome pictures!
Léia

Jacob said...

Brings to mind very long fingers reaching for the sky! Nice creative work, Ciel!

Re your question on Cedar Key - I think that clump was just some trash - old palm leaves, etc.

Birdman said...

Now, that's a different shot fr you. I like it.

Woody said...

This is a very creative perspective, I love photos like this. The colors rock.

French fries for breakfast, my favorite!

Malyss said...

MAis arreteuuuuuu! tu lui fais de la pub avec tes super photos! y merite pas!

Gunn said...

Why did I think of a Viking ship?
Anyway, lovely images, stylish design and a BLUE sky.
Enjoy your weekend!

Malyss said...

Non, moi c'est bien James qui m'a linkée, il me l'a dit. je croyais que c'etait parce qu'on est les deux frenchies, mais non, Lune de Mal daumont a linké..

Doug Hickok said...

Smart and inventive compositions. I can see how you would have fun with this subject :^)

Sharon Van Lieu said...

Superb shots, Ciel. I'm so impressed. Really exceptional work.

Sharon

JM said...

Glad you took these from a shorter distance, awesome shots! The colours are fantastic.

Magpie said...

Love the blue sky and the curves in this photo.

Francisca said...

This works for me! Super perspectives, Ciel. Am enjoying a romp through your blog to see what I missed...